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11 comments:

Annchitect said...

Hi Ben, I'm quite overwhelmed in how to apply for FSW Visa in Canada. Like you I'm working here in Singapore and our next step is to work in Canada and immigrate there afterwards (if approved). my question is, do you have a step by step guide from applying to taking exams to assessment of documents and etc. I would like to know how's your timing between this procedures. I thought from the start, before we apply for the individual profile in CIC Website, we still need to take exam first before we apply? I hope you could help me. It will be a big help. Please tell me where do your start and hopefully your step by step process. Thank you in advance.

Unknown said...

how to get an appointment for medical in IOM Makati

Ben Alagnam said...

Hi Michael, read this post for the procedure.
http://memovingtocanada.blogspot.com/2014/06/experience-with-iom-manila-health.html

Unknown said...

Hello,i have stage 1 of multiple myeloma, can i apply for canadian immigration and if can what should i do?

Unknown said...

I have the checklist of requirements needed for immigration to Canada and have been inquiring for medical examination. The problem is I do not have a request form and I was informed that the form will be given to me by the Embassy. So when would the embassy send me the form for me to get my medical exam. Thank you.

Ben Alagnam said...

It was given to us together with the medical request through email.

Unknown said...

Hi I would liek to know If Transcript from University has to be Orignal OR attasted copy of Trasncript can also be send by the University

Puneet

Ben Alagnam said...

Hi, if you have questions regarding WES, please post it in the forums... http://www.memovingtocanada.com/forums/

vgkrishnan said...

Hi Ben,
Can we convert SG driver's license to CA driver's license?
Thanks,
Vidhya

Unknown said...

How duration take NOC clearence for Canada visa

Ben Alagnam said...

Hi, are you pertaining NOC to National Occupation Classification of Canada? There is no clearance for that.

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